Available in 15 internal, external and combi models with heating outputs from 21kW to 36kW, the VortexBlue offers engineers with an easy to install boiler that provides reliable heating with minimal emissions.
Its ‘Blue Flame’ compact burner reduces the NOx levels from the boiler to below the European limit of 120mg/kWh to be introduced in 2018. The boilers will also meet the even lower NOx emission limits to be introduced in 2020.
Anna Wakefield, Marketing and Corporate Communications Manager at Grant UK, commented: “The introduction of the Grant VortexBlue epitomises how modern oil-fired burner technologies can deliver and sustain cleaner, reliable heating.
Our products, including the Vortex oil-fired boilers and renewable technologies, have been market leaders in efficiency, and the VortexBlue is another product which we believe will quickly set the standards in the marketplace.”
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